Stone, Edward Durell, 1902-1978
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
George M. Goodwin Oral History Collection
Identifier: MC 1271
Scope and Content Note
Oral history interviews conducted with E. Fay Jones at Providence, Rhode Island, on October 17, 1993, and with Mr. and Mrs. Fontaine Richardson at Carlisle, Massachusetts, on October 16, 1993, by George M. Goodwin on behalf of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at Taliesin West, Arizona. A summary transcript of the interviews is included in the collection inventory.
Edward Durell Stone Papers First Accession
Identifier: MS St71 236
Scope and Content Note Edward Durell Stone was a major figure in American Architecture in the 20th Century. He designed projects that received international acclaim including the American Embassy in New Delhi and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. Stone presented a large body of his papers MS St71/236 Stone , the First Accession of the Edward Durell Stone Papers, to the University of Arkansas Libraries in 1975, three years before his death. His widow donated the remainder after his...
James Hicks Stone Papers
Identifier: MC 1398
Scope and Content Note These papers include materials pertaining to the studies of James Hicks Stone while he was a student at the University of Arkansas, as well as drawings executed by Stone while he was a practicing architect in Boston. Included are numerous sketches, drawings, problems, studies, and watercolors dating from his student days. Folder eleven contains a sketchbook with plans, elevations, interiors, and details of English and French medieval churches. Also included are two drawings on flimsy for...